2015 OSU Offensive Recruiting Board

It's not too early to begin looking at Ohio State's 2015 recruiting class. Although there are no commitments to the class, the Buckeyes have been busy issuing offers. Derek Young takes a look at the 2015 class.

Ohio State has already sent out several offers in the class of 2015 and a handful of players are quickly floating to the surface has some of the more important targets.

The Friday Night Lights camp at the end of this month will be more geared for players entering their junior season in the fall, as the Buckeyes' staff has a real good grasp of who they want and who they need to finish the 2014 group with.

Quarterback:

Lorenzo Nunez – The young gunner out of Kennesaw, Georgia camped at Ohio State in June and was awarded an offer. The Buckeyes' coaches paid a great amount of attention to he and his family.

Kyler Murray – The Texas signal caller was among just a few 2015 quarterbacks offered by Ohio State in the spring.

DeAndre Johnson – The Florida State commit received his Buckeyes offer in the spring and admitted it was an offer he had always wanted.

Running Back:

Damien Harris – Among the best backs in 2015, Harris announced that Ohio State and Michigan were tied at the top for his services after camping for the Buckeyes in June.

Jacques Patrick – The talented Orlando running back has already visited Ohio State, and unlike the rest of the Midwest schools, has already scheduled a return visit to Columbus in the fall to check out the Buckeyes.

Mike Weber – The Michigan prospect received an early offer from Ohio State and has already visited a few times. The Cass Tech standout is paying lots of attention to the Buckeyes early on.

Sotonye Jamabo – The Texas recruit was one of the first 2015 prospects to earn an Ohio State offer and is from an area that the Buckeyes' staff has emphasized and received early success.

L.J. Scott – The Hubbard, Ohio native has a chance to be Ohio's top player in the 2015 class. He does not hold an Ohio State offer yet but it should be well on his way.

Darrin Hall – The Austintown-Fitch rising junior is a candidate to receive an offer from the Buckeyes. He's a different back than Scott, as he is more of a speedster type.

Andrew Dowell – Running back may not be where he ends up, but it could be. The first of the twins from Lakewood St. Edward's, his junior season should give a better indication of what position suits him best.

Wide Receivers/Tight Ends:

Torrance Gibson – He was among the best prospects in attendance at the national 7v7 tournament in Bradenton, Florida. Ohio State got on him early and are in the mix for one of the nation's bests in 2015.

George Campbell – The Tarpon Springs (FL) East Lake wideout will be pursued hard by everyone and will be a tough one to reel in.

Christian Kirk – The talented prospect from Arizona has several offers already and has mentioned a possible visit to Ohio State.

Jaason Lewis – He is close to Jalyn Holmes who has already been in his ear about Ohio State. The Buckeyes can be a player in his recruitment if they push.

Eric Glover-Williams – The electric player from Canton McKinley is the home run hitter in Ohio. The Buckeyes are where they need to be and should land him.

Brian Cole – The Saginaw, Michigan prospect has an early offer from Ohio State and lit it up at the Nike camp in Columbus at the beginning of June.

Garrett Williams – The Orlando tight end holds an early offer from the Buckeyes and has already visited the campus.

C.J. Sanders – The Buckeyes' legacy has been to campus and camped in front of Ohio State. He put together a strong performance and an offer at some point would not surprise me.

David Dowell – Like his brother Andrew, a position is not clear but he has the tools to be a good player wherever that is. He's one to keep an eye on.

Offensive Line:

Drew Richmond – The Memphis lineman likes Ohio State a lot and the Buckeyes are in command position as it stands now.

Sterling Jenkins – The Pennsylvania prospect looks like a million bucks and I expect it to be a classic Ohio State and Michigan battle for his signature.

Matthew Burrell – Another Virginia prospect, Burrell has received an early offer and attention from the Ohio State staff. The Buckeyes' efforts in Virginia are starting to pay off.

Mitch Hyatt – The Buckeyes were also in on Hyatt early and he comes from an area in Georgia that Urban Meyer's staff has had success. He visited in June.

Martez Ivey – He'll be another offensive lineman that is ranked high in the class of 2015 and has Ohio State in his lead group at this early stage.

Matt Jones – The offensive lineman from Hubbard is the Ohio prospect that has emerged early on. Others will too, but Jones is one to pay attention to at this time.


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